Postgraduate Program in Statistical Systems with a specialization in Official Statistics
The postgraduate program in Statistical Systems, with a specialization in Official Statistics, aims at endowing technical staff and managers who work in the scope of the National Statistical System (NSS), either as producers or as analysts or users of statistical information, the knowledge and skills crucial to the exercise of their activity.
This program, accredited EMOS (European Master in Ocial Statistics) by European Statistical System, offers specialized training in official statistics, particularly in the production of statistics that cover the statistical activity of NSS and of the international organizations of which Portugal is a member.
The program is aimed to employees of the organization that take part of the National Statistical System of Portugal and the Portuguese-speaking countries. The program is also addressed to everyone who is interested in official statistics, including the employees of any other organizations with interests in this field and the general public.
The main goal of this program is training managers and experts to:
- Develop techniques and methodologies of data collection;
- Master the tools and processes used for the storage, organization and access to information in an entity with responsibility for the compilation of statistics;
- Apply the statistical and computational methodologies and tools, for exploration and analysis of information, to produce official statistics that can add value for decision making;
Applications - academic year 2020/2021
To complete the application, the applicant must register in NOVA IMS' Applications Portal, fill the form, upload their Curriculum Vitae, pay the application fee (€ 51), and submit the application in the end from June 16th to July 16th. The selection process is based on the analysis of the applicant's academic and professional curriculum.
Access to other programs
The postgraduate program gives access to the master degree program in Statistics and Information Management, with a specialization in Information Analysis and Management, upon the development and presentation of a scholarly thesis, or work project or undertake an internship (subject of a final report) and the approval of the course unit Research Methodologies.
After Working Hours
The program offers 20 elective course units, which correspond to 1145 ECTS. To earn the postgraduate program diploma, students must complete 60 ECTS. Students can enroll up to 75 ECTS.
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Conditions of admittance
The requirements for the applications are: a degree in a compatible field (complete until September 2020); analysis of the applicants' academic and professional curriculum.
|1º year - Autumn semester|
|400013||Multivariate Data Analysis||6.0|
|200191||Time Series Analysis||4.0|
|400004||Business Intelligence - Datawarehousing||6.0|
|400070||Descriptive Data Mining||6.0|
|400001||Applied Econometrics and Forecasting||6.0|
|400005||Computational Statistics I||6.0|
|400017||Statistics of Central Banks||6.0|
|400012||Management of Statistical Systems||6.0|
|1º year - Spring semester|
|400015||Sampling and Estimation||6.0|
|200198||Analysis of Discrete Data||4.0|
|200205||Analysis of Variance||4.0|
|400003||Business Intelligence - Analytics||6.0|
|400008||Computational Statistics II||6.0|
|400073||Accounting and Financial Information||6.0|
|400023||Leadership and People Management||6.0|
|400072||Predictive Data Mining||6.0|
|400010||Data Collection, Administrative Sources and Big Data||6.0|
|400018||Statistical Treatment of Data||6.0|